Sunday, February 21, 2016
This is what it looked like around the time I would have come home from work.
It took hubby over 2 hours to clear the driveway. I think the snowblower is 24 inches high.
I think I made the right choice to stay home!
Crossing something off my UFO list, I finished this project last weekend. I started in in January of 2015, and forgot all about it until I couldn't find it to hang last month. The pattern is called "Out on a Limb" - by Wendy Butler Berns.
The fabric in the center, with the trees, had the glitter on it already. I added a layer of sparkle netting to the next section, then added crystals and glitter to the border, so the whole thing sparkles like fresh snow on a sunny day.
Here is a small ray of hope in the movement to restore the monarch butterfly's habitat. Personally, I think not mowing and/ or spraying every inch of the side of the road would make a huge difference. But the roadside destruction committees continue to destroy anything in their "right of way"- you know that section of YOUR land that you have no say in how it is maintained???
I am grateful for:
Meditation giving me a little clarity- even if I cannot find a solution.
Getting to go to half of the Guild meeting.
The support of co-workers.
Spending some time with the extended family.
Having the sense to stay home when the storm hit Tuesday.
(Finally!- It has taken me three tries over four days to finish this post!)